Diane Cluck is an anti-folk troubadour who has been making music for over a decade, influencing artists such as Sharon Van Etten and Johnny Flynn. Her songs — though sparse and usually only featuring an acoustic guitar — carry emotional weight felt through her dark and witty lyrics, powerfully haunting and textured voice, and brilliant and complex plucking. Starting in March, she will embark on a “Song-of-the-Week” project, releasing up to 24 new songs over a six-month period.